The June and July water quality reports for the Neponset River Watershed are finally available.
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Brook Trout found at newly restored Traphole Brook in Norwood
The month of June was significantly drier than average, worsening the already significant drought in the region.
Despite our best efforts, we were unable to secure the passage of a new drought management bill.
The Canton Ave. Dam in Milton has finally been removed!
We can't say it often enough -- our volunteers are just awesome!
We need you to contact your State Senator before July 31 and tell them that you support the drought bill.
Water quality looked promising with low E. Coli levels, high dissolved oxygen, and low phosphorus levels.
NepRWA's 2022 Annual Meeting is now in the history books.
It was a perfect day for enjoying the Neponset River, Greenway Trail, and DCR parks!
We urge you to contact your legislators and ask them to pass the bill to protect water supplies across drought regions.
Thank you to the hundreds of volunteers who participated in the Neponset River Watershed cleanup.
Join us for some (or all) of our fun events in 2022!
The US EPA announced the addition of the Lower Neponset River, between Mother Brook in Hyde Park and the Baker Dam in Milton/Dorchester Lower Mills, to the "National Priorities List" on March 14, 2022.
During the course of this study, we surveyed trout at over 60 sites, assessed 113 culverts, and engaged 54 volunteers in over 1000 volunteer hours!
Our October sampling event was a dry one, with no large rain events happening in the 72 hours prior.
The accomplishments of 2022 begin with your 2021 year end contribution!
Join the NepRWA team and help make a difference in your community!
An extra big thank you to our CWMN volunteers who quite literally weathered the storm for our September water sampling event.
This dam removal project will reduce neighborhood flooding and improve the eastern brook trout habitat.